growing competition in the field of democratic candidates for the US presidential election: The independent Senator Bernie Sanders wants to take 2020 as a candidate.
The 77-Year-old wrote on Tuesday on Twitter that he wanted to put an “unprecedented historical grass-roots movement”. The Senator for the state of Vermont, calls himself a democratic socialist, was a failed 2016 in the pre-election campaign of the Democrats in the race against Hillary Clinton. His announcement for a second round of Association Sanders with sharp criticism of incumbent Donald Trump. Sanders called Trump a liar, racists, and sexists.
In the presidential race of 2016, Sanders, Clinton had a tough go of it, even though the white-haired gentleman has long been regarded as an outsider and taken to the start of the primaries a little serious. However, Sanders became a kind of icon of the left youth. In the pre-election campaign the students in droves to ran to him.
Sanders said he wanted to unite to change the country, just make. He has a clear left-wing Agenda. Among his main topics which is becoming more unequal distribution of wealth in the United States, a Reform of the health system to General public health insurance, the abolition of tuition fees, stricter gun laws and climate change and the move away from Oil, coal and Gas. With his positions, Sanders has moved the democratic party as a Whole to the left.
Sanders is from Brooklyn, New York. His father was a Jewish immigrant from Poland, in the family’s circumstances were modest. He is presented as a counter-proposal to the Establishment, he is deeply rooted in Washington and has decades of political experience. Prior to his time as a Senator, which began in 2007, he sat for 16 years in the house of representatives.
Sanders announced his candidature on Tuesday on a variety of channels – in Interviews, social media and direct messages to its followers. In an email to his supporters, Sanders wrote of a “decisive and dangerous Moment” in US history. Sanders warned: “We will compete against a President who is a pathological liar, a cheater, a racist, a Sexist, a foreigner, enemy, and someone that he leads the American is undermining democracy by us in an authoritarian direction.” Trump is the most dangerous President in the recent history of the United States.
Sanders joins now in a very large and diverse field of Applicants for the Democrats – it could be the largest in the history of the party. The upcoming internal party primaries of the Democrats begin until the beginning of 2020. But eleven Democrats have thrown their hat in the Ring. The left Senator Elizabeth Warren is including, your Senate colleagues, Kamala Harris, Cory Booker, Amy Klobuchar and Kirsten Gillibrand, as well as the members Tulsi Gabbard and former labor Minister Julian Castro. More are in the wings. Even with the candidacy of the Ex-Vice-President, Joe Biden, to many to count. In the case of the Republicans has so far declared only Trump that he can compete again.
The many democratic candidates to speak very similar voters milieus and make each other’s voices in dispute. Left-wing and moderate candidates, including some reserved for more, some offensive-aggressive in their rhetoric towards the government. The crucial question will be what hold the Democrats for the right recipe to Trump replace.
Sanders’ pros: He is coming off a lot of experience, is one of the best-known and most popular politicians in the democratic camp, in surveys. He has a large network, a band of loyal supporters, and has been a part of a job application race. But he is also: an “old white man” of 77 years, which is not necessarily for new beginnings and about in Black, there are no outstanding consent has values. In 2016, he scored, he was, like, the counter-proposal to Clinton, this time there is among the many democratic contenders, several of which are on the left of cars. In addition, Sanders is the one who has failed in his latest attempt.
On the question, what will be different this time than in his first start in the presidential race in 2016, said Sanders of the CBS: “this Time we will win.”